January 20, 2012

Islamism Is Not Egypt's Biggest Problem

Mary Dejevsky, The Independent

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On holiday in northern Egypt last week, I saw close-up the catastrophic state of the country's tourist sector, and how far international trade and business have languished.

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TAGGED: Egypt, Arab Spring

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